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Zwierzyniecka 10, 31-102 Kraków, Poland

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  • 10 City Squares That You Should Visit

    City Squares around the world become the centre point of most journeys. All around the world, many cities boast of prominent squares. Having inspired generations over years, these public squares have been the social and commercial meeting places for the people of these cities. Most of the prominent squares in the world are surrounded by shops, restaurants and usually carry a fountain, monuments or statues. Every city square has a unique history. Listed below are 10 of the famous city squares in the world.   Rynek Glowny, Krakow The Rynek Glowny or the Grand Square happens to be the largest and the best square in Europe. Located in downtown Krakow, it is said that all the streets lead to this square. The place is dotted which benches and cafes and shopping are the main activity in the area. There are a variety of attractions associated with the square attracting locals as well as visitors alike.   Plaza Hidalgo, Mexico City One of the most important sources of community life in Mexico City, the Plaza Hidalgo is located in the Coyoacan neighbourhood of the Mexico City. The plaza is surrounded by restaurants and many shops. The entire area is surrounded by green trees and the square has well-maintained seating arrangements. The plaza should be accessed by foot and no vehicles are allowed in the area. The best time to visit the plaza is the weekend when it hosts the vibrant market.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Mexico City   Piazza Navona, Rome Home to some of the most noted attractions of Rome; the Piazza Navona is one of the most vibrant squares in the world. The square has one of the most premier attractions of Rome, the Bernini's great fountain. It is filled with people across the year and at every time of the day.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Rome   Piazza del Campo, Siena One of the best medieval city squares, the Piazza del Campo is the main public space in the historic heart of Siena, Tuscany. The square is popular across the world for its architectural authenticity and beauty. It is one of the best examples of how a square can have an influence on the social lives of the people.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Siena   Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Covent Gardens, and Leicester Square, London The Trafalgar Square along with Piccadilly Circus, Covent Gardens, and Leicester Square form the heart of central London. These squares have been brilliantly designed and beautifully maintained. Today they are one of the most premier attractions of the London Metropolitan area.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to London   Hotel de Ville (City Hall), Paris Bustling with people at all times of the day, the Hotel de Ville (City Hall) - Paris, imbibes the vibrancy and elegance of Paris quite well. From a faux beach with relaxing chairs to an ice skating rink, the square is filled with delightful surprises.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Paris   Old Town Square, Prague The Old Town Square in Prague is a place where you can spend an entire day without even realising the passage of time. The square is surrounded by small stalls and shops that sell interesting souvenirs and you can see the art nouveau fountain always surrounded by people. Everyone who visits the square waits for the popular clock to ding at the hour.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Prague   Plaza de la Constitucion (Zocalo), Oaxaca City Dotted with fountains and with vendors calling out to sell their goods, the Plaza de la Constitucion in Oaxaca City is an excellent place to enjoy the evening breeze and also sip on delicious coffee. The square is the centre of all social activity in the city.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Oaxaca City   Plaza Santa Ana, Madrid A serene centre to enjoy a few hours, the Plaza Santa Ana in Madrid is surrounded by green trees lining the promenades that lead to the square. The square is surrounded by cafes where you can enjoy delicious beverages and snacks.   Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Madrid   Plaza de Armas, Cuzco An attractively landscaped public square, the Plaza de Armas dates back to the Inca Empire. Encircled by numerous cafes, shops and restaurants, the square offers entertainment all around the day and also lots of shaded benches and walls to sit around. The plaza has served as the meeting point since historical times and still plays the same role.     ...

  • Venice Simplon-Orient-Express

    One of the most delightful train journeys that you will ever embark on, the Venice Simplon-Orient Express takes you to some of the most elegant cities of Europe The Venice Simplon-Orient Express (VSOE) is a private luxury train. Originally started between London and Venice, today it travels to eight destinations in Europe during the months of March through November. The train made its maiden journey on May 25,1982 between London and Venice.   Itineraries/Signature Journeys of the VSOE include: London to Venice(2 Days/1 Night): This is the classic VSOE journey; the train departs from London in mid-morning and arrives in Venice the next day late-afternoon. London to Venice (5 Days/4 Nights): This is a return journey package where you travel from London to Venice and stay in Venice for 2 days; then travel back to London. Venice to London (2 Days/1 Night):The train departs from Venice late in the morning and journeys overnight to reach London the next day late in the afternoon. Paris-Budapest-Bucharest-Istanbul (6 Days/5 Nights): This is an annual journey of the VSOE; the train departs from Paris, reaching Budapest the next day and then follows the route to Sinaia, then continuing to Bucharest crossing the Danube to reach Bulgaria.The next morning the train enters Turkey finally ending the journey at Istanbul. Overnight stays are arranged at Budapest and Bucharest and a brief sightseeing tour is arranged at Sinaia. Istanbul-Bucharest-Budapest-Venice (6 Days/5 Nights): The train departs from Istanbul late in the afternoon, following the route to Bucharest, Sinaia, Budapest, Vienna and finally terminating in Venice. Overnight stays and sightseeing are arranged in Bucharest and Budapest. Brief stops are also made at Sinaia and Vienna. Venice-Krakow-Dresden-London (8 Days/7 Nights): The journey starts late-afternoon from Venice, traveling overnight to Krakow then Dresden and finally reaches London. Arrangements are made for overnight stays and sightseeing at Krakow and Dresden. The VSOE also travels across other destinations in Europe such as: Paris to Venice (2 Days/1 Night): The train departs from Paris just before dinner and reaches the next day late in the afternoon in Venice Venice to Paris (2 Days/1 Night): The train leaves from Venice in mid-morning and journeys overnight to reach Paris the next day just after breakfast. Venice-Prague-London (5 Days/4 Nights): Departs from Venice late-afternoon reaching Prague, where you stay for one day, two nights. It then joins the journey to Frankfurt, Paris, and finally reaching London. Venice-Budapest-London (5 Days/4 Nights): The train leaves from Venice in the late afternoon to reach Budapest. With a overnight stay in Budapest, the next day you can enjoy sightseeing before embarking on the train to travel further to Vienna, Paris and finally London. Venice-Vienna-London (5 Days/4 Nights): The train departs from Venice in the late-afternoon, journeying overnight to Vienna where there is a sightseeing arrangement and over night stay. From Vienna continue the journey to Paris and then to London. Cabins: The cabins on the VSOE are originals from the 1920's that have elegantly been restored. There are two types of cabins that you can book, Double Cabin and Single Cabin. The Double Cabin has an upper and a lower berth whereas a Single Cabin has only one lower berth. All the cabins have wash-basins however lavatories are located at the end of every carriage. For those looking for a spacious and more luxurious accommodation can opt for Cabin Suites. The Cabin Suites consist of two connecting Double Cabins making it spacious for movement. Dining: The VSOE offers three restaurant cars that are perfectly managed. Each of the dining cars is beautifully decorated in its own unique style. Your table will be reserved a day before and you can state your choice of 2 or 4-seating. The food offered is not halal. The dress code for dining is formal. Boutique: The VSOE also has a souvenir car that sells exclusive mementos to carry back as a memory of your trip on the VSOE....

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